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Officer-involved shooting in Normandy Park sends 1 to hospital early Friday

Officer-involved shooting in Normandy Park sends 1 to hospital early Friday

An officer-involved shooting in Normandy Park sent one to the hospital early Friday morning, June 22. The incident happened just before 5 a.m. Friday, when a subject was shot in the shoulder by a Normandy... [Read more]

VIDEO: Mayor Jonathan Chicquette speaks at ‘State of Our Cities’ luncheon

VIDEO: Mayor Jonathan Chicquette speaks at ‘State of Our Cities’ luncheon

On Friday, June 8, the Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce held its annual ‘State of Our Cities’ membership luncheon, with guest speakers from five regional cities, including Normandy Park... [Read more]

Oil sheen discovered in Arrow Lake; City of Normandy Park takes blame

Oil sheen discovered in Arrow Lake; City of Normandy Park takes blame

An oil sheen was discovered on Arrow Lake in Normandy Park on Thursday, June 7, and after some investigation the source of the spill was found to have come from the city. A person with property on the... [Read more]

Seattle Southside Chamber: <i>Why Business & Government Relationships Matter</i>

Seattle Southside Chamber: Why Business & Government Relationships Matter

Why Business and Government Relationships Matter By Andrea H. Reay CEO/President Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce Our Chamber of Commerce is proud of the relationships we’ve built with local government;... [Read more]

Burien’s Quiet Skies Coalition vows to continue fight against airplane noise

Burien’s Quiet Skies Coalition vows to continue fight against airplane noise

From our sister site The B-Town (Burien) Blog: Residents spoke out against increased airplane noise and pollution over Burien. Story, Photos & Video by Scott Schaefer A crowd of around 120 concerned... [Read more]

Significant new oversight measures for 4Culture proposed by King Co. Council

Significant new oversight measures for 4Culture proposed by King Co. Council

By Virginia Wright There is a very important piece of legislation before the King County Council right now which could have a profound impact on the local cultural economy: arts and heritage organizations,... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Kite Boarders cruise at the Cove

PHOTOS: Kite Boarders cruise at the Cove

Courtesy Tim Lau comes these photos of Kite Boarders cruising at the Cove on a recent windy day. “I was out for a walk at lunch and spotted these two enjoying the wind today, down at the NP Cove,”... [Read more]

Normandy Park has smallest property tax increase in King County, just 9.06%

Normandy Park has smallest property tax increase in King County, just 9.06%

By Jack Mayne Normandy Park will get the smallest percentage increase of property taxes in the county this year – 9.06 percent – with taxes for the median-valued home ($559,000) rising nearly $670,... [Read more]

Local Rotarians pass out dictionaries to every third grader Wednesday

Local Rotarians pass out dictionaries to every third grader Wednesday

Members of the Rotary Club of Des Moines & Normandy Park passed out dictionaries to every third grader in Des Moines and Normandy Park on Wednesday, Jan. 10. This is just one of the many great things... [Read more]

Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser Lunch/Dinner will be Friday, Jan. 26

Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser Lunch/Dinner will be Friday, Jan. 26

Moshier potters have teamed up with Discover Burien and Burien Parks and Recreation to host the City’s annual Empty Bowls fundraiser on Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. Empty Bowls events can be found around... [Read more]